President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden meet with DREAMers who have received Deferred Action and U.S. citizen family members of undocumented immigrants, in the Oval Office, May 21, 2013.
HAPPENING TODAY: Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is huddling with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden at 4:30 p.m. in the Oval Office.
President Barack Obama invited two illegal immigrants to meet him and Vice President Joe Biden in the White House today to help promote the Senate's immigration bill.
Among the many scenes of devastation caused by the vast tornado that swept through Oklahoma City and its surrounding suburbs on Monday, a small sliver of hope was captured on camera.
The question has been swirling ever since Francis laid his hands Sunday on the head of a young man after celebrating Mass in St.
The Lyndhurst -based law firm Scarinci Hollenbeck has recently opened a Washington office, headed by Moises "Moe" Vela, a former senior White House adviser.
Halfway through The Unwinding, George Packer - author of the highly praised The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq - delineates how quickly political idealism can disappear when one becomes exposed to a world of easy money.
President Obama survived a terrible week in Washington unscathed in the eyes of the American people.
ABC newswoman Martha Raddatz, center, enters Newlin Hall at the Norton Center, where she gave the commencement address Sunday for Centre's Class of 2013.
With three scandals dogging Barack Obama, the president and government functions continue to be a focal point on late-night television.
The chances of a deal between Democratic and Republican lawmakers that would overhaul the tax system, trim government spending and reform safety net spending programs appear to be fading.
On Thursday, President Obama will reportedly make a big speech to address White House counterterrorism policy, including the closing of Guantanamo Bay and the Administration's use of drone strikes.
It may be hard to believe, or maybe it's all too believable; but here in Washington the chattering classes are beginning to ask a question that, elsewhere in America, might seem premature: After Obama, what? Of course, since we read the Washington Post and the New York Times , we know that the Republican party, or what's left of it, is in hopeless ... (more)
This week the ACLU jumped into the marriage equality debate with a call for ABC's Modern Family to tie their popular gay couple's knot.
Whenever Andrew Breitbart saw that somebody was being unfairly maligned by the institutional Left, he became that person's stalwart defender.